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A lack of investment in generation capacity and safety-related nuclear shutdowns left South Korea facing warnings of severe power shortages over the past year. That is putting investment in energy infrastructure and security of supply high on the political...
The creation of a single European energy market by 2014 is a goal that shows plenty of ambition – and one that should deliver real benefits to firms and consumers across the European Union (EU). A critical element of this is power market coupling,...
The European Union’s biggest power market coupling project to date has been beset by delays and will not now be be completed before the end of 2013. What is behind the setbacks and what do they mean for continuing efforts to forge a pan-European electricity...
Alberto Pototschnig was appointed as the inaugural director of the Ljubljana-based Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators in 2010. In an exclusive interview, he speaks to Mark Pengelly about market manipulation, financial regulation and the agency’s...
The middle of 2012 saw a tremendous spike in demand for gold, silver and bronze – fierce competition for these assets saw records toppling in dramatic style in the space of just a few weeks. But that’s typically what happens at the Olympics. In contrast,...
After the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Japan announced ambitions to phase out the use of nuclear generation. But faced with bulging energy imports and high prices, official enthusiasm for the plan has waned. By David Hayes
Allegations of manipulation in US power markets inevitably stir up memories of Enron. After the Houston-based energy giant’s collapse, it was found to have exploited loopholes in California’s electricity market, exacerbating the state’s energy crisis...
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